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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in June 2009
LEDs Gaining Ground in Automotive Applications
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6/25/2009  Post a comment
Efficiency and brightness are keys to rising popularity
PTC's Relex Acquisition Fleshes out Product Analytics Strategy
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6/16/2009  Post a comment
Newest addition to InSight line helps companies analyze product reliability, quality and safety
MEMS Display Consumes Less Than 1 mW of Power
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6/15/2009  Post a comment
Low-power technology is gaining momentum in portable electronics
Boeing Wraps Phase 2 Of Gauntlet Tests for 787
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6/12/2009  Post a comment
The intermediate gauntlet test scenarios put the ZA001 through its paces as if it were in flight
Airbus Focuses More Closely on Flight 447 Pitot Tube Problems
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6/8/2009  Post a comment
Questions arise regarding device's design and Air France's maintenance procedures
What Happened to Flight 447? A Designer's Worst Dilemma
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6/5/2009  3 comments
As attention shifts to the pitot tubes that provide air-speed data, Airbus designers must be doing a lot of soul searching right now
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Completes First Engine Runs
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6/1/2009  Post a comment
First flight expected at the end of June




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